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Sunday, December 3, 2006

Columbus Tower

Columbus Tower continues to receive glass and facade bricks. Below, Metropolis towers are in the background. The picture is from Morgran Street looking southwest with Washington Commons and Trump Towers behind the photographer.

Similar location but with Grove Pointe on the right side of the picture as well.

The northeast corner of the building:

The southeast corner along Christopher Columbus looking west towards Grove Pointe.

Looking due south THROUGH the building. The picture is taken from Steuben Street looking towards Metropolis Towers, which are quite washed out by the bright sunlight on the other side of the building. Note the the car in the picture and consider for a moment the scale of this opening:

Steuben Street looking east.

Columbus Tower is Tall:

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